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Sonnybobiche Sunday, May 4th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
I've never played at another paintball field.
Review: For what it's worth, I like this place. It could certainly be closer to NYC, but I suppose they can't just pick up and move for my sake...

The size and slant of the speedball field make wise tactical decisions necessary to win. It's not just the person shooting the most. The bunkers are nicely laid out.

The rental masks suck (always fogging up), and so do the guns, but what do you expect from rentals?

The refs are pretty cool once you start talking to them. We took a bottle of gas and lit a fire during the winter. Used McDonalds bags to keep it going...

Funny thing, if you go to the ABC store ten minutes away, you get paint for nearly half the price that they're selling it at at the field. (Good paint, too...)

Ok, big complaint:
To get to the woodsball field, you have to climb up the mother of all hills. It's fairly short--20 feet or so-- but God, is it steep. I mean really steep. In the winter, it's nearly impossible to get to it.

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